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Boomkat Product Review:
Having set up home at Trevor Jackson's Output Recordings between the years of 1999 and 2006, Jeremy Shaw, the man behind Circlesquare decamps to to K7 and produces an album characterised by the seemingly mutually exclusive properties of wistfulness and hedonism. Songs About Dancing And Drugs finds a point of crossover between electronic pop music and minor key, guitar driven songwriting. While 'Dancers' carries a kind of darkened electro-funk - full of gloomy melody - within a few moments 'Music For Satellites' acquires an air of detachment and introspection, held together by strange static transmissions, motorised acoustic guitar strums and aloof, haunted vocals repeating the refrain "All got lost up there". An impressively ambiguous body of work, this is an album that's still trying to work out whether it wants to head for the dancefloor or be left alone, in a state of soul-searching reflection.